THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR JERSEY OPEN DAY

| September 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

Open Day celebrates our built heritage by allowing visitors free access to fascinating properties that are either not usually open, or would normally charge an entrance fee. Organised by The National Trust for Jersey in association with English Heritage and kindly sponsored by Le Gallais, the event is part of the UK’s celebration of architecture, history and culture which will open thousands of buildings throughout the United Kingdom. Le Gallais sponsorship is extremely poignant this year as it is the Trust’s 75th Anniversary and back in 1936 Carlye Le Gallais was one of the founders of the Trust and responsible for gifting its first area of land in Vallée des Vaux. In Jersey the following properties will be opening their doors to the public on Saturday 10th September between 10am and 4pm:

1. Grève de Lecq Barracks, Le Chemin du Câtel, St Mary
2. Le Câtel Fort, off Le Chemin du Câtel, St Mary
3. Le Moulin de Quétivel, Le Mont Fallu, St Peter
4. The Elms, La Chève Rue, St Mary
5. Infantry Personnel Shelter, St Ouen’s Bay
6. La Vallette, La Rue des Barraques, St John
7. Sous Les Bois, La Rue des Bouillons,Trinity
8. La Cotte Guard House, off Le Chemin du Portelet, Portelet Common, St Brelade
9. Brook Farm, La Rue du Sergent, Maufant, St Martin
10.Victoria Tower, Faldouet, St Martin
11.Louvain, La Grande Route de la Côte, St Clement
12.Summerleigh, La Grande Route de la Côte, St Clement
13.Les Côtils Farm, La Rue des Côtils, St Helier
14.Le Don Hilton, La Grande Route des Mielles, St Peter
15.La Ronce, La Route de Trodez
16.Le Rât, Mont L’Évesque, St Lawrence
17. Morel Farm, La Rue de la Fontaine, St Lawrence
18.Le Moulin de Tesson (Engine Room and Wheel only), La Rue du Moulin de Tesson, St Peter

In addition there will be a range of activities taking place at many of the sites including a fashion show of up-cycled clothing, talks on ‘greener living’, a mini-market, music and children’s activities at the Elms; guided tours, talks, music and farm animals at Morel Farm together with refreshments; the Jersey Militia at Le Catel Fort where they will be firing the cannon and an archaeological exhibition at La Cotte led by Olga Finch of Jersey Heritage and a fabulous photographic exhibition illustrating St Ouen’s Bay through the ages at Le Don Hilton, entitled A COAST OF CONTRASTS – St Ouen’s Bay in Pictures, to name but a few!

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